The influence of an individual's dress practices on his/her sense of self has been studied for many years. Educational courses have been developed to educate students on the impact of dress on society. In this thesis, surveys were used pre and post course to determine if self-perceptions related to dress practices underwent a change over the duration of the semester. Significant differences were found in the categories of body image, evaluating self-esteem, and communication of self to others. A relationship was found between survey responses and gender, degree of importance of clothing purchases, and how much money participants spend in the 365 days previous to the pre-course survey.